A new study shows that those with better-off parents are still more likely to choose a career with non-monetary benefits
We all know pay matters, but whether we’ve got a good job is about more than that. Too often, this is forgotten by policy makers. When we spend more waking hours working than doing anything else, we should care about the quality of those hours.
The good news from Resolution Foundation analysis is that job satisfaction hasn’t fallen much, despite claims of a spread of “bullshit jobs”. Pride in our work is up and 79% think our job is “helpful to others”.